, alongside Elijah Wood, Kristen Wiig and Adam Brody, in the summer of 2011.
The movie, which tells the story of a man set on finding his dog's murderer, premiered at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.
After leaving the show, Phillippe moved to Los Angeles, where he appeared in a number of small parts in various television series including Matlock, Due South, the TV miniseries The Secrets of Lake Success, and movies, including the 1995 film Crimson Tide and the 1996 film White Squall.
Most evidence points toward actress Sanaa Lathan, but thanks to an NDA, we may never know the truth. After appearing as Billy Douglas on the soap opera One Life to Live, he came to fame in the late 1990s with starring roles in a string of films, including I Know What You Did Last Summer, Cruel Intentions, and 54.When De Generes asked Legend about the night in question, he felt the need to clear the air. "But we know people who were there, and they know who it was.We know who it was and we’re not talking about it, though." This isn't the first time Legend was asked about it.In 1999 he starred in Cruel Intentions, a modern retelling of the Choderlos de Laclos novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses, which also starred Phillippe's future wife Reese Witherspoon, as well as his I Know What You Did Last Summer co-star Sarah Michelle Gellar.
It was a success among its intended teenage audience, cementing Phillippe's ability to play characters that require sex appeal.Subsequently, Phillippe had supporting parts in the films Igby Goes Down (2002) and Crash (2005), which won the Oscar for Best Picture. In 2006, Phillippe played real-life Navy corpsman John Bradley in the war film Flags of Our Fathers, directed by Clint Eastwood and following the journey of the United States Marines who lifted the flag at the Battle of Iwo Jima.Phillippe has said that the film was the "best experience" of his career because of its "personal meaning" to him, Phillippe's next role was in the thriller Breach, in which he played FBI investigator Eric O'Neill opposite Chris Cooper.Next up for Phillippe was a rare comedic role as Lt.Dixon Piper in Mac Gruber, a film based on the Saturday Night Live (SNL) skit of the same name.Phillippe described the filming process as "really run-and-gun.